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Yellowstone Sunrise

Trees silhouetted by sunrise

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Livingston Peak at sunrise

The bright orange glow in the sky shortly before 7 a.m. gave me the perfect opportunity to try out my new camera. Since it’s just a couple of blocks to the Yellowstone River, I went down to get the full view of Livingston Peak at sunrise.

Tree shapes speak volumes about their history. Here are aspens, a cottonwood and an ancient willow, all with their roots deep in the Yellowstone’s water table. I have always taken great inspiration  from trees in creative endeavors, including my textile art.

Livingston Peak was generating a few of its own clouds that morning…

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CarlaHey there! I'm Carla Pyle. I love the stories that our furniture tells. For me a picture of my Granddaddy Milton's green upholstered arm chair brings to mind the vivid rhymes & colors of 'The Cat in the Hat' and his soft low voice in the telling. I love too that there is always an element of nature in furniture - the warm-toned curving grain of a walnut leg or the reflection of life in a mid-century chrome piece. The best part of teaching & sharing natural upholstery is that it ties all of these things together. Stories - of individual experience and of the planet - help us build happy & healthy homes.View all posts by Carla →

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